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Setting resolution on s5000 digital camera

Someone in the store set my camera to the highest resolution which was great. I have not reset it to a lower res but it IS at a lower res now. Don't know why. Maybe it reset when I changed the batteries. Not sure. Now I can't remember how to set it back to higher res. Can you help me. Thanks.
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It did likely re-set to lower resolution when the batteries were changed. To set it where you want, press the "F" button when in shooting mode. You'll see the options, one of which is for image size/quality.

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